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by Gerry Mulhern,Brian Greer

  • ISBN: 0230205925
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  • Author: Gerry Mulhern,Brian Greer
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2nd Second Edition, Revised ed. edition (June 7, 2011)
  • Pages: 336 pages
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Statistics in Psychology Variables Describing and Summarising Data Seeing Patterns in Data: Comparing Seeing . GERRY MULHERN is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Queen's University of Belfast, having previously taught at the Universities of Edinburgh and Ulster.

Statistics in Psychology Variables Describing and Summarising Data Seeing Patterns in Data: Comparing Seeing Patterns in Data: Correlating The Relevance of Probability Statistical Tests: Comparing Statistical Tests: Correlating Experimentation in Psychology Seeing Patterns in Data: Comparing More Than Two Groups Statistical Tests: Comparing More Than Two Groups Seeing Patterns in Data: Comparisons Involving More than One Independent Variable Statistical Tests: Comparing More than.

GERRY MULHERN is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Queens University Belfast, UK, and current president of the British . BRIAN GREER is Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Portland State University.

GERRY MULHERN is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Queens University Belfast, UK, and current president of the British Psychological Society. He has previously taught at the Universities of Edinburgh and Ulster, and has published widely in the areas of applied cognition and mathematics education. He has taught statistics to psychology students for many years, and has published widely on mathematics education.

Gerry Mulhern is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Queen's University Belfast, UK, and was President of the British Psychological Society from 2010 to 2011

Gerry Mulhern is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Queen's University Belfast, UK, and was President of the British Psychological Society from 2010 to 2011. Brian Greer is Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Portland State University, USA. rn2e, students and lecturers will find a wealth of resources, including additional data sets, extra guidance on tests and lecture slides.

Gerry Mulhern, Brian Greer. Statistics is one of the most useful elements of any psychology degree

Gerry Mulhern, Brian Greer. Statistics is one of the most useful elements of any psychology degree.

Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology. confronts the pedagogic challenge of teaching statistics to students in psychology and related disciplines

Gerry Mulhern, Brian Greer. Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology confronts the pedagogic challenge of teaching statistics to students in psychology and related disciplines. Recognising the heterogeneous nature of students' mathematical backgrounds and motivations, the authors adopt an innovative approach while ensuring ready integration into orthodox undergraduate statistics courses at introducto.

by Brian Greer, Gerry Mulhern. ISBN 9780333629697 (978-0-333-62969-7) Softcover, Red Globe Press, 2017. Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology: ISBN 9780333629697 (978-0-333-62969-7) Softcover, Red Globe Press, 2017. Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology. by Gerry Mulhern, Brian Greer. ISBN 9780230205741 (978-0-230-20574-1) Softcover, Red Globe Press, 2011.

Brian Greer, Gerry Mulhern. This textbook is intended to achieve something that many of its predecessors promised, but too often failed to deliver; that is, to present a clear, concise, non-technical explanation of statistical and methodological concepts in psychology at introductory level (Part 1), and similarly to explore key concepts at post-introductory level (Part 2).

Making Sense of Data and Statistics in Psychology confronts the pedagogic challenge of teaching statistics to students in psychology and related disciplines. Recognising the heterogeneous nature of students' mathematical backgrounds and motivations, the authors adopt an innovative approach while ensuring ready integration into orthodox undergraduate statistics courses at introductory and post-introductory levels. Before being introduced to formal statistics, students are encouraged to develop a 'feel' for data, particularly through visual representation. Making extensive use of exploratory data analysis (EDA), the text emphasises conceptual rather than technical or procedural understanding.

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